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Cynthia Williams

Cynthia Williams

Sunday July 2nd, 1950 - Thursday February 11th, 2021
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Cynthia J. Williams was born July 2, 1950, to the late Lawrence Joyner, Sr., and Emma Jones Joyner. She is preceded in death by her beloved Grandmother, Mrs. Jessie Mae Jones.

Cynthia accepted Christ at an early age at the Mt. Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church, under the leadership of her dear cousin. the late Rev. O.L. Pounds. She was a faithful member of the New United Missionary Baptist Church, where she served as the coordinator of the Usher Board. She was involved in the Hospitality committee, the Women’s ministry, Special Events Committee, the Faith & Charity ministry, and Church renovation/Beautification. She loved her Pastor and Church family.

Cynthia graduated from Tusculum University with a business degree. She was employed with Atlanta Gas Light, TVA, Dupont, and The County Courts Community Services. Cynthia was a devoted member of the Chattanooga Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She tirelessly served on the Southern Regional Leadership Team as the State Chair of Protocol and Tradition. Her contributions were well known, both locally and nationally, Additional volunteerism efforts include Habitat for Humanity, the Eastside Taskforce, the Minority Health Fair, and Friends of the Library.

Those left to cherish her memory, husband, Louis Williams; Son KaRon Gaston; daughters, Leslie (Reginald) Poindexter, Renecca Williams; son Louis Williams Jr. 8 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren. Three brothers, Lawrence (Susan) Joyner Jr, Ron Joyner and Jerome (Angela) Joyner; a sister Carolyn Joyner Hutchins; sister-in-law Sarah Louise Weaver; two aunts (very special aunt, Mrs. Judy Acosta); beloved nephews, devoted cousins, other relatives, many friends (lifelong best friend Audrey Gail Slaughter and special friend Elzada Jackson) Cynthia was devoted to her faith, family, and friends. She was a consummate cook. She enjoyed entertaining, and she loved to travel, fashion, and all things beautiful.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Hazel Elizabeth Robinson Bowles Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box 25488, Chattanooga Tn. 37422-5488. Online donations can be made by visiting the https://theherbfoundation.org

A public viewing will be held, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Wednesday, February 17, 2021, at the funeral home. A private funeral service will be held. Interment: Chattanooga National Cemetery.

The funeral service will be broadcast live beginning at 12:00 pm EST, Thursday, February 18, 2021, at www.johnpfranklinfuneralhomefacebook.com.

Arrangements by John P. Franklin Funeral Home, 1101 Dodds Avenue, 423-622-9995.
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Johnequia Careathers

Posted at 06:56pm
Mr. Williams and family
Cynthia was always so pleasant and kind. I will miss her beautiful smile and hugs.
Love Johnequia Careathers-Stormer
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Karen Dale

Posted at 09:15am
Dear Family, So sorry to hear of Cynthia's passing. May you rejoice in years of happy memories. I worked with Cynthia at DuPont. I always loved her funky hairdos. She was always a leader in fashion. She was fun to work with. Peace be with you. Karen Dale
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Sandra R King

Posted at 11:36pm
To the family of my dear sorority sister, Cynthia Williams. May God bless and keep you during this difficult time. Cynthia was a beautiful, loving, hardworking, dedicated and fun person. I am so happy our paths crossed. She was chair of protocol and traditions when Jackson TN Alumnae Chapter hosted the 2018 TN Cluster. We talked several times during the week leading up to the cluster and on the day of her arrival in Jackson, I just happened to be at the Double Tree taking care of business. We hugged and laughed, then the remainder of the weekend was work, work, work. I will truly miss her. Take your rest my dear sister. Family rejoice in knowing that she lead a full life with no regrets. My sincere condolences to each of you.
GW

Gwendolyn Whitelaw

Posted at 08:13pm
Cynthia and I served on several Regional Leadership and State Team together. She was a very sweet, caring and hardworking individual. My condolences to her family, friends and Chattanooga Alumnae Chapter. I will miss her. But I know God loved her more. Rest on sweet angel
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Angela Turner

Posted at 01:34pm
To Ron and the family: Ms Cynthia was a precious jewel and a role model for all who new her. Her graceful and elegant presence will be sorely missed. May she Rest In Peace.
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